This comedy-horror movie stars Alexandra Shipp and Brianna Hildebrand as two high school seniors who run a true crime blog. Paranormal Activity is not groundbreaking—it’s your basic haunted house story, and certainly not the first horror movie to use the found-footage framing—but it is effective. “A complicated and terrifying allegory for motherhood and loss, The Babadook is meant for multiple viewings,” says Glamour contributor Madeline Hirsch.
When it comes to our favorite horror movies or books, the things that stay with us the most are the scary quotes that are said by the evil characters (or spirits!). Monsters are real, ghosts are real too.
Grab a bag of candy corn and settle in.Originally Appeared on Glamour
In the Good Housekeeping Institute Kitchen Appliance Lab, our go-to cooking method is a simple dry seasoning of salt, pepper, thyme and oregano (and the instructions included on a Butterball!), but deep frying it can help you make it juicier and take it to the next level. In the Kitchen Appliance and Technologies Lab, we test everything you need for Thanksgiving dinner, from meat thermometers to cast iron skillets, Dutch ovens and more. When we evaluate fryers, we measure how long it takes to heat a vat of oil and how well each product maintains temperature.
In past years, the best Christmas toys have included the Tickle Me Elmo, Cabbage Patch Kids, Pokémon cards, and more. There are interactive accessories from Raya and the Last Dragon, epic action figures from the Space Jam reboot, Paw Patrol robot dogs, and so much more to choose from. If you're looking to pick up a Christmas gift for the child (or children!) in your life, look no further than this list.
Movie stars don't just stick to the silver screen anymore.
Tricks and treats? Yes. Please.
Big Scorpio energy.Originally Appeared on Glamour
Each year, come December, it’s time to break out all the beloved holiday traditions: picking out gifts for friends and family, bundling up to spend the evening outside ooh-ing and ahh-ing over festive decorations, and planning your Netflix movie marathon. So, if you're looking for something Christmas-y to watch for your next night in, look no further than this list of the 48 best holiday movies on Netflix.
Simon Stone's film about the true story of the famous 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo, a medieval ship that was found buried underneath an ordinary woman's home, is kind of a Netflix hidden gem—the perfect soothing movie for a rainy afternoon—and I have a hunch the book will have a similar effect. The final installment in the Netflix series of films based on Jenny Yan's novel series finally dropped on Netflix in 2021, giving us all the feels about teen romance and college admissions.
"It's Halloween; everyone's entitled to one good scare." It's Halloween and it's time to make a scene! Whether you're looking for a great Instagram caption or want to tease the kids in your house with creepy sayings, the Halloween quotes below will fit the bill perfectly.
It's hard to imagine Legally Blonde without Reese Witherspoon. Whether they declined because of scheduling conflicts or due to those classic "creative differences," here are 50 actors who turned down major movie roles (and some of them probably regret their decisions, to be honest!). Del Toro was in talks to play the iconic villain Khan in the 2013 Star Trek sequel, but the star walked away from negotiations after he and the production weren’t able to agree on the pay, Vulture reported.
Truth: Santa's magic is real.
Old Hollywood was all about the glitz and glam, introducing us to some of the most unforgettable movie fairytales of all time. Cary Grant and Humphrey Bogart practically paved the way for today’s leading men.
Insider asked director Justin Lin how that "Star Wars" joke wound up in "F9" and whether or not he was nervous about getting a call from Disney.
One of the best things for an autumn evening is a movie night, and these fall movies will perfectly complement the weather outside. Whether they take place around the fall holidays (like Halloween and Thanksgiving) or just have some seriously autumnal scenes (think: fall foliage, cozy sweaters, red and orange color palettes), these films will bring the season indoors so you don't even have to leave your comfy couch to enjoy it. Just be sure to grab some cozy blankets to cuddle under and whip up a hearty fall soup so you can enjoy an evening in front of the television.
With all the activities that happen during the holiday season — like gift shopping, decorating the tree, baking treats, hanging stockings, and so much more — sometimes you just feel like you need a break. When that feeling hits, it’s time to curl up with a cup of hot cocoa, your favorite blanket, and turn on a Christmas movie. While the Christmas classics certainly have their place, sometimes you want to mix things up and watch a new Christmas movie.
If you have no time for a last-minute shopping trip, try one of these ideas.
From the "Indiana Jones" franchise to "Ted Lasso" and more, these are the best films and series where you'll find your favorite Westeros stars.
Get peace of mind and throw a few in your kid’s backpack for back-to-school.